You’ve been out of high school for a while and are finally preparing to apply to some colleges and universities. One option that intrigues you is a Catholic school, but you’re hesitant to apply because although you are a Christian, you’re not Catholic. Actually, there are some excellent reasons for a non-Catholic individual to attend a Catholic postsecondary school, especially if you have conservative moral standards. A Conservative Moral Environment A number of your student colleagues may indulge in some partying,...read more
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Hello, I am Phyllis Yorga. When I started my college courses, I did not realize how different it would be from high school. From ninth to twelfth grade, I breezed through my courses without worry about grades or testing. I never really studied, I just attended class and absorbed the material. Unfortunately, in college, that strategy just did not work. I actually needed to sit down and study for several hours each night to test well in my courses. The complex concepts were difficult for me to grasp with just the in class lectures alone. I hope to share study tips with my readers to help others learn how to obtain good grades in college. I will discuss note taking, video lectures and supplemental literature that can help you retain information presented in class. Thank you.